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Peter H. ...Please, no grade-school vocabulary: good, happy, big, etc.! I expect the student to write at least 2 essays per week for correction. Hard work pays off! My background and credentials related to Study Skills include: As an Instructional Aide in the Lower Merion School District I work daily und...
35 Subjects: including geometry, English, chemistry, physics
$50.00/hr
Ardmore, PA
Adnan G. I completed my master's in education in 2012 and having this degree has greatly impacted the way I teach. Before this degree, I earned my bachelor's in engineering but switched to teaching because this is what I do with passion. I started teaching in August 2000 and my unique educational backgroun...
12 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, algebra 2
$48.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Tho P. Students and families,Only in my third year of teaching, I have developed extensive knowledge around elementary mathematics. I have taught students in grades 2-12 in a variety of settings - urban classrooms, after-school programs, summer enrichment, and summer schools. I work with students to develop strong conceptual understanding and high math fluency through creative math games.
9 Subjects: including geometry, ESL/ESOL, algebra 2, prealgebra
$60.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
John B. ...Knowing a fact like the Pythagorean Theorem is one thing, but knowing where and how that fact connects to others is a much more satisfying and effective way to learn. Of course, it's not all sunshine and right triangles, as the only reason why anyone is good at Math is that they are willing to put in the work. I expect this of all my students and hold myself to the same standard.
18 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
$45.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Shishav P. ...The question is what does Algebra allow us and what it prevents us from knowing? If x^2 is a square on line x, what is x^10? The ten dimension is a small number for the mighty Algebra but it is impossible for our imagination.
28 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, chemistry
$35.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA

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